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blue eagle
« on: November 01, 2005, 05:43:54 am »

Dude studied with O'Shinnah Fast Wolf and then decides to start his own little cult.

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Re: blue eagle
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2005, 03:17:06 pm »
I think we discussed him a while back when we found this other site of his.

The guy seems to be another franchisee of Fisher/Yawahoo. He's planning a "peace village" in France, I'll be sure to put out warnings when I speak over there.

Get this, the guy sells "liquid smudge"!
"Blue Eagle Invocation Liquid Smudge  
This product is created by traditional Native Americans, who have a special vision of life and health: body, spirit, and nature are interconnected. Traditional Native cultures offer simple and natural solutions for our well-being, and one of those solutions is Blue Eagle Invocation Liquid Smudge. This liquid botanical formula works immediately through its aromatherapeutic properties to clear and purify one's energies and surroundings and to uplift one's spirit, imparting a sense of harmony, ease, and greater ability to concentrate. Its primary benefit is to remove and transform negativity, while fostering a deep and immediate sense of clarity, well-being, and perception"

And what BE claims is Cherokee beliefs.
"Cherokee spiritual practices are said to strengthen the planet’s etheric web....this practice activates the global electromagnetic fields according to the principles of bio-resonance."

I'm moving this to Frauds.


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Re: blue eagle
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2005, 04:50:59 pm »
Yeah, he's a fraud. I was just half asleep when I posted, lol.

BTW Al, would you mind writing up a warning dealing specifically with O'Shinnah Fast Wolf's claims? She's really pushing the Apache medicine woman thing.